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Vision Rehabilitation International

Former title: International Journal of Orientation & Mobility

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Subject: Health Care Sciences & Services , Medicine , Rehabilitation

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VOLUME 11 , ISSUE 1 (Jun 2020) - List of articles

Survey-Based Learning of Interns in Orientation and Mobility Program

Nora Griffin-Shirley/ Jaehoon Lee/ The Nguyen/ Vitalis Othuon/ Anita Page

Abstract Background: This study examined how students enrolled in a university orientation and mobility personnel preparation program in the Southwestern part of the United States perceived their competency levels regarding their knowledge of orientation and mobility principles and applications. This graduate master’s degree or certification program includes students with various backgrounds (e.g., special education teachers, social workers, general education teachers). Method: To enter this Ori(..)

DOI: 10.21307/vri-2020-001

Eye tracking and virtual reality in the rehabilitation of mobility of hemianopia patients: a user experience study

Birte Gestefeld/ Jan Koopman/ Anne Vrijling/ Frans W. Cornelissen/ Gera de Haan

Abstract Purpose: To test the usability of eye tracking and virtual reality during vision rehabilitation training of hemianopia patients. Methods: Individuals with hemianopia (n = 13) and normal-sighted controls (n = 4) performed various exercises that are commonly used in vision rehabilitation for mobility, while wearing a head-mounted eye tracker or a head-mounted virtual reality (VR) display. Occupational therapists (n = 4) guided them through the exercises. All participants (including therap(..)

DOI: 10.21307/vri-2020-002

A Need for Interdisciplinary Personnel to Serve Students with DeafBlindness: A Literature Review

Phoebe Okungu/ Nora Griffin-Shirley/ Charity Gamboa Embley/ The Nguyen/ Vitalis Othuon

Abstract This article presents a narrative review of research revealing a need for professionals trained to serve students with DeafBlindness. The synthesis was conducted to glean evidence from the literature and to answer questions regarding the need for professionals to serve children with DeafBlindness. Twelve articles provided the needed evidence under the following identified themes: the need for resources and services for students with low-incidence disabilities including DeafBlindness, th(..)

DOI: 10.21307/vri-2020-003

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